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Meet our new account manager, Kristian Bisset

New GreenStuf account manager Kristian Bisset

We love getting the opportunity to celebrate and share those that we work with at GreenStuf®. Meet the newest addition to our sales team, taking up the role of account manager, Kristian Bisset. We sat down with him to see how his first few weeks have been, what he has learnt, and who he is as a person. Read what he had to say below:


What does your new role entail?

I am involved with everything GreenStuf. Working right from specification through to facilitating project installs across the lower North Island. Based in Wellington, I will also be looking after Palmerston North across to Taranaki and Hawkes Bay.


What roles have you worked in previously?

Life started in the Police. Several years frontline before moving to Diplomatic Protection. After this, I decided to move into Sales, taking roles across the Construction and FMCG industries.

New GreenStuf account manager, Kristian Bisset


What have you enjoyed about your time so far at GreenStuf?

I have really enjoyed getting acquainted with customers, specifiers, and my colleagues. People make jobs fun, and we have a lot of great people to work with. It is a great set-up here. 


What goals have you set for yourself over the next six months?

With the changes to the H1 energy efficiency clause, new projects will be looking to ensure their builds meet the new standards. This is a great opportunity to continue strengthening the GreenStuf offering within the lower North Island. 


How do you keep yourself busy outside of work? Do you have any hobbies?

I know it's cliche; however, Golf is always a hobby. Also, I do enjoy a good nature walk. The most memorable walk I had last Summer was through the Paekākāriki Escarpment Track. I might not have done it if I was told it would be two hours of hanging off a cliff. I think I have a fear of heights… I didn’t take my eyes off the footpath. The Pinnacles and Patuna Chasm are other standouts.


What is your favourite part of Wellington? 

The hills and the wind. There’s nothing quite like fresh air.

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